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Susan Sarandon joins 'The Big C' for Season 3
Topic Started: Jan 31 2012, 05:04 PM (558 Views)
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Susan Sarandon joins 'The Big C' for Season 3


Laura Linney's cancer patient Cathy is getting a new friend on Showtime's "The Big C."

Susan Sarandon has booked a multi-episode arc as Joy, a cancer survivor who befriends Cathy, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

"She's another cancer survivor who has used her cancer experience in a unique way trying to inspire other people," creator Darlene Hunt tells THR. "She makes Cathy question whether she's doing enough with her own cancer experience."

Sarandon played a woman suffering from cancer in the movie "Stepmom," so it won't be her first time channeling a victim of the disease. She join's Victor Garber as one of Season 3's big guest stars.

"The Big C" Season 3 premieres Sunday, April 8 on Showtime.

Eeek! So excited.

The last season wrapped up in September I think. So this is an early surprise!

ETA: It starts the same day as Nurse Jackie Season 4, taking United States of Tara's time slot (sigh, miss that show)
Edited by Southofsoap, Jan 31 2012, 05:07 PM.
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I'm still upset they cancelled "United States of Tara". The last season, in my opinion, was the best of the three. It was dark, but I enjoyed it.
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